- Are the name labels sew-on or iron-on?
- How are Name Labels applied to clothing?
- How much do Name Labels cost?
- What is the minimum order of Name Labels?
- What type of material are the labels made of?
- How is information printed on the label?
- Where are the Name Labels made?
- How do I order Name Labels?
- How long does it take to process an order?
- Why do I need to submit my credit card on every order?
What size are the labels?
Our 2" x 1/2" in size name labels are one type that can be either sew-on or ironed-on.
How much do name labels cost?
Single-line or double-line Name Labels are only $9.99 USD plus shipping & handling when shipped outside of Canada. Single-line or double-line Name Labels are only $9.99 CDN plus taxes, shipping & handling when shipped in Canada.
What is the minimum order of Name Labels?
A minimum order of name labels is 50.
What type of material are the labels made of?
Our labels are made of 65 per cent woven polyester and 35 percent cotton.
How is information placed on the label?
Your information is printed on the label with black indelible ink.
Where are the Name Labels made?
Our Company is a unique in the industry since we create the labels from start to finish. We print the labels all on our own equipment. The benefit to you is that we have complete control over our product, which insures that you are getting what you are expecting, the best sew-on and iron-on name labels available. Our factory is located just outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
How long does it take to process an order?
Orders are processed everyday except holidays and weekends and will be shipped out within 24hrs.
What should I do if there's a problem or if I want to change my order?
At NameLabels.com®, we strive to accommodate your needs. If any changes need to be made, contact us immediately either by phone at: 1-86-MY-LABELS, email: email@example.com. Provide your complete mailing address including zip/postal code and be sure to include the name you are having labeled. Web orders are printed as entered by the customer. Proofreading orders before submitting them is the responsibility of the person placing the order.